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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918 THE LETHnniDGE DAILY i:KHALD PAGE MXF. ADVANCED STEP; Tl Demand Complete Economic and Change Tn Industrial System of Canada. Hamilton, Ont., Ool. 17.-Tim Met.h-ortist Church of Canada rIriuIh committed to n complete change In Mm economic and industrial system of I ho country, ft veritable social revolution. Last evening It adopted tin? report, of the committee of the rhurrh In relation to war and patriotism, which expressed the following conclusions us h roBiilt of the analysis of.,tho prosenl induRtrial situation: . For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills \yill set you right V over night. �Purely- Vegetable Swll Fill Small Dote, Small Prico Carter's Iron Pills Wilt rettor��o1dr to the faces of thoM who lack Iron In the olooJ, people do. 1! "Thai, the preHent economic system Ih revealed as one of the roots of the wnr. The Insane, pride of (lurmany, her passion for world domination, found an occasion, in the demand for colonies as markets and sources of raw materials. The war has* made more clearly manifest the moral perils I Inherent In the system for production' for profits. The whole system calls! for a change. | "The war is the coronation of democracy. As the. last century had democratized politics, the present century hHB Bliown thai, political democracy means little, without, economic democracy. Under the shock of war the accomplished commercial method based on individualism and commercialism has gone down like mud walls in a flood._ "With the earlhquako shocks of war thundering ho tremendously a re-af-finuatlon of the principle of Jesus, It would he the most Inexcusable dereliction of duty on the part of the churdiMiot to re-state her program In modern terms and re-define her defln. Itely appointed goal. The triumph of'democracy, the demand of (lie educated workers for human conditions of life, the deep condemnation this war has passed on the competitive struggle, the revelation of the super-efficiency of rational organization demands nothing less than a transference , of the whole economic life from a has. I Is of competition and profits to one I of co-operation and service, j "Thai another system is practical is shown by the recent statement, of, n,.,, ,,,,,, ., , , , ,, Mho Ilrltish prime minister that every rian� �"�'B Infected for he 'Industry except one In Britain has I constuictloti of a steamboat which ! been made to serve the national inter-! � > hCweon Ldmontim and Ha-, est bv the elimination of the Incentive | ,nfo1''' on ,t,lc  :>sk,"itcl,ewan. It will I of private industry. Wo too look to '"! s0 f'"'t lo"S wlll� ~n "'el '"'�"'� | the government to enlist in the. ser- |- � i vice of the nntion those great, lenders j the way In the re-const ruction period | and corporations which have shown I (,r )os act as servants of Uio leu- memorial, hut. the concensus of opiri-: guo. The report, as a whoic, was ion was that the church must point' adopted. Hamilton, Onl, Oct. 17.- Kleoliotis to the general hoard of missions occupied the time of the Methodist conference yesterday afternoon, the following appointments beint! made: Rev. S.\V. Dean, (lo.orgo. W. lln/.en, U.A., W. Sparling, I).I), S. ,1. Khorey, D.D., W. II. Heartz, D.D.. Charles Kn-dlcott, VV. J Hlpporell, D.D.. Hon. K. .1. toavls. Irwin Milliard. M.IUV. W. II. Snowball, Lleul.-Col. Keenleyside, I Hon. W. II. dishing and Hon. N. W. | Howell. Ilev. S. W. I lean was elected j secretary of the newly-formed depart nient of finnnc.e. t A new charter for Wesley College wns authorized. N'ot adopted was the 1 recommendation that ministers or pro-' liatloners again.-'! whom charges were laid should lie permitted to appeal against the decision of thi; church i court. A resolution was passed urg-i lug that and other reli-gloUH-soris be not granted military ex-, eaptured I emptinn. Another resolution adopted " r ..... | was that the government he asked to prisoners, lew | declare Hie donomimitlnniil records incorrect, it being staled thai tluce did an injustice to Methodism. .'.1,1 JAJJ.l Mountain Horse Iteserve has re-splendid letters of whom have 111 18. interpreter of nation. Practically | the only speaker who opposed the report was Cyrus lllrge. former pre.-:i-; dent of the Canadian Manufacturers' ! association, of Hamilton, who rnn-I detuned it as destructive and coiitro-j vnrsial. | The committoR's report further called for a complete surrender - . August :t(i. Dear Dnddle: I am very glad to be able to assure you that my brother and myself are both in good health at. present, but I am sorry to Inform you that we are ! unfortunate in our recent big light, to, j get wounded again. Our wounds are pretty had, and they may cripple us | for life. We are both over here In j I Kngland in two sepurnl,- hospitals, ij just had a letter from my brother two dayt; ago. We do not know how .loe ! Crow Chief came out in Hie stun', but 1 all the* rest of us got hit It was the best light we had, ever i-ince wc land-' ed in Franco. We drove tie- Germans fourteen miles In llnee clays. In .some thousands of hundreds of big gnus. I machine guns, rifles and other war | material too many to emu;;; only we ! did not scalp any dead Cenuans. as it | is- too dirty a thing to do. as it is too ; Inhuman, its had enough to kill them. J Hundreds and hundreds of them lay all over. We only took their rilles with the bayonets, helmets, bells ami other stuff belonging "ecn wounded on the right foot pretty badly. I have to slay In bed for a while yet. t hear my brother Is wounded too. but. I never saw him. I saw George Corning finger when he got hit. I think they are In Kngland too. | do not know if I can go back again to light but, I will find out when I get up. I will he on crutches. I am -orrv I cotil-1 not bring any German's weapons as they don't allow us to b'.:iig them across the waters hut I go: some small stuff from Oorniaiis I killed myself. How are you getting on? Don't get lonesome, just pray for us; we will see pach other again. I am well looked after here in hospital, hut I am In bed yet. This place is where they make all those sweet biscuits you buy in th(i4u. N'o. 2 Cattle War Hospital, No. 2 Ward, Heading. ICiigland. is now in the local hospital. She ii report ed improving. Mr. M. Hossi lias been on tho F.ii 1; list for a week. .Sgt. Millie Rossi is at home from I'etawawa camp for a few days. He enlisted with the "Rth Mattery last spring. He expects to lie at Victoria Park during the winter. Mr. llomlbrook of f'.algnvy was In the Pass during the week arranging for a Victory Loan campaign. A meeting was called last night in the Cosmopolitan Hotel where representative:, of Hie Pass town- were present and preliminary organizations were made for a successful drive. Watch the Pass towns. "We'll never let. the Old Flag- full." Messrs. Carter, Benson. Sartoris, Lewis and Mrs. Ilayfielrl and l.tllie are attending court as witnesse; a; Macleoil this week .1. F. Hunter, sub-collector oi mis : Sunday night. The [chiii-iii uas splendidly decorated I'oi ; I lie occasion. Ilev. Mr. Young- ed an excellent Thsnkagivlng sermon Mrs. Fit:'shiinions received a cahk ! that her 'husband Flight-Lieut, Kit;: ' simmons would .ail for home on | lith. Lieut. Fitzsimmons was v.oiiiiclc Mil an airplane battle with the. Hun; and has received a decoration for bra very. News came today Pinltney of the 192ml received the Croix de French government, ond distinction lie that Sgt. Jlarolc , now of the 4911 Guerre from thr This is the see has received foi dlstingtiished conduct.. Memorial services in m�mory o: Cnpt. I). Fraser will be hold in thr I'nion church next Sunday evening j The Orange and Oddfellows lodge: will also be there in a body to do hon or lo their late distinguished brolliei who has fallen on the field of haltle It is also reported that Troopei Jolly is on his way home. He is an other man of the Pais who received honorable recogniti >n for his deeds or the battlellebl. I lis family lives Ir. F rank. When we think of all the. hoys that | ha-e eo-ie forth from the Pass wi can't help but say "When shall Ibeii gloi ;> fade'1'' tf .> The Germans today resumed * (heir long range bombardment > > of the French seapor' of Dun- ? > kirk, on the straits of Dover > > There were some civilian vie- > : tiniB. * 1* ' * At Board of Trade Building, Gait Square at 2.30 p.m. SATURDAY, Oct 19th The question of organi.-iti'; provisions of lb' Irrigation At be discussed, and probably act farmer yon one or more districts under (he and oilier important mutters will d upon, if you are an irrigatiou hould lie present. Coaldale-Lethbridge Water Users Association I A. Be Prepared Now for Fall and Wiote CORSETS Regular $1.75. Week End Special, pair, $1.25 This. K ii line of cor.ets we bought to tunke n special leader of at SI 7.", pair. Made troin excellent quality of material, well fiin !nd with Miipportcrs, etc. Full range of sizes VESTS Regular 50c. Week End Special, 3 for $1.00 Ladles' .Cotton Vests in cotion. made in good fitting style with long sleeves and lilgn neck. Suitable for early full wear BOYS' SWEATERS Worth $1.50. Week End Special......$1.00 Doys' Grey Sweaters, made in coat style with close fitting neck. A splendid sweater for school and everyday wear. SILK DRESS A now fall style, made in bolero stylo, shirred at the waist lino which gives plenty of fullness. Long sash girdlo. A very pleasing style and one that can be worn on nny oj? �\f\ oei'Hfilon. Hcasonably priced, at ................... bO*"\l SATIN DRESS A. rich high finished Duchess Satin Dress In very pretty over skirt effect. Neatly embroidered in pretty design. Collar, of white satin. Long sash girdle finished with nr A1V tassel mi ends. At .............................. jdtUU COAT LINING Kflttcy brocaded coat lining In saxo blue or fawn shinies. This Is a lining that has n splendid silk finish and also gives good wear. Suitable for ladles' or children's coats, nnd also ; UBOd for underskirts, ,'lli inches wide. j qq LADIES' SILK HOSE We Iwif just received a now shipment of silk hosn. Theae ,ar>) full fashioned in a special quality of good wearing. Hllk. The shadci are pearl, cordovan and black. Full range * or of sizes. Special value at, pair..................,, ltOO LISLE HOSE ,.'...... ,,...',, ; \Lodli)�' Colored Lisle Hose In excellent, quality, lull fashioned and Bplendld quality. Your choice of following shades: .Dark brovvh. grey, beige and Palm Hoafh. A splendid line o),.7io�i.UU Special Prices on All Coats for This Week TAKE OUR ADVICE AND BUY NOW. ANTICIPATE YOUR WANTS FOR EVERY DAY USE. IT WILL PAY YOU AND YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU REQUIRE, LATER IT MAY BE IMPOSSIBLE, THE! SELECTION OF EVEN SOME OF WANTED GOODS. THIS WEEK WE MAKE A SPECIAL OFFERING OF LADIES' FALL AND WINTER COATS RIGHT NOW WHEN YOU ARE BEGINNING TO FEEL THE NEED OF A COAT JUST WHEN OUR STOCK IS AT ITS BEST. MORE PLEASING STYLES NOW THAN WE CAN OFFER YOU LATER. AN EXTRA SPECIAL For This Week Only Ladies' Cloth Coats WE HAVE PLACED IN ONE LOT A HUGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW FALL AND WINTER COATS. MADE FROM THE FINEST QUALITY OF MATERIALS SUCH AS BROADCLOTH, TWEEDS AND VELOUR. THE STYLES ARE THE MOST CORRECT AND EXCLUSIVE MODELS OF THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS. THESE COATS Are hand tailored, lined with finest lining such as best quality satin. The trimmings are black plush and novelty crushed plush, etc. No two styles alike and every one a new fall model. The colors are taupe, brown, nutria, green and raspberry. About three cents sold for $37,50, the balance are values at $40.00 and $45.00, For this week only- BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER Ladies' _ Brushed Wool Sweater in assorted shades, liuulo in good fitting and attractive style. Collar and sweater trimmed with white stripe, making u ery pleasing effect. Cap to match. At ....................... NOVELTY SWEATER A new nrushed Wool Sweater in brand new stylo, made with long sash girdle and cornea In plain uliadcs, trimmed on sleeves, collar and bottom of sweater with pretty stripe In contrasting shades. Only.......... 15.00 17.50 SWEATER COAT This style Is made in plain shades from extra fine quality of pure wool, novelty pointed collar. Trimmed on collar, pockets, etc., with various colors, a very pleasing Hlylo, At .............................. 20.00 TAFFETA DRESS A plum shndo of tuffetn, made In new attractive style in high wnlst effect, with wldo girdle slashed and velvet ribbon run through which forms tho girdle. Largo collar at georgette crepe trim uieii with bends. Specially priced. qq Hi PILLOW COTTON Regular 60c. Week End Special 45c |e Inch l-'ine Circular Pillow ('niton, free from dressing and filling in excclii tit quality. The price for this week |� )c-.. Ililili who!e.;,-t|e. SHEETING Regular 75c. Week End Special....... 55c i' This is a lino of sheeting we bought a long time ago and Is made in the 7-1 width, suitable for singje beds, h'ree from dressing or filling and No. 1 quality. r CRASH TOWELLING Regular 30c. Week End Special....... 22c Pure linen Ilarnsley Crash Towelling In best Quality in fact a line we cannot buy today, suitable for roller towels. 18 �inches wide with red or blue border. MOTOR COAT This Is an ideal coat for motoring or early fall wear. Made of Biiedo cloth In khaki shade with patch pockets, wide holt and convertible collar. At ............ 28.00 RAIN COAT A very attractive style, made, with belt, patch pockets, set in sleeves and convertible collar. Comes In a grey | Q |\/v tweed so useful and serviceable. At ............. lO.VV NOVELTY UNDERSKIRTS One (if tho newest and most attractive novelties in figured heatherbloom in rose design or fancy stripe. Noat pleated frill, well made in every way. Moderately priced. At .............................................. 3.50 KIMONAS This is another attractive line of Khnonas, made, from suft fleecy kiinonu material In grey shade in floral design In rose. Trimmings and silk glrill" In rose to match. A high -t � |>A class garment at a rensonnhle price............... lti.UU KIMONAS Ladies' tall and winter weight Kinionas, made from fancy figured material in conventional dealgns. Trimmed with satin and silk girdle to match. Splendid value. At............................................ CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS 10.50 Children's Kleoce Lined Sleeping Suits, a real necessity now that the nights are cool. Ilettor get tho children fixed up now. Well mudo, umf good close fitting necks.. -i or At, each ........................................... ItUt) New Blouses, Gloves and Neckwear ;